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Complainant of missing lady turns out to be her killer

SRINAGAR, Jan 23: In a sensational disclosure, a complainant who had approached police in Kunaiyan village of Poonch district regarding the disappearance of her sister-in-law has turned out to be killer of the missing lady.

According to the police sources Liyaqat Hussain, a resident of Kunaiyan village in Poonch district had approached police station with a complaint on December 19, 2018 that his  elder brother’s wife Shakeela Bi had gone missing. Shakeela Bi’s husband is working in the Middle East and she had gone missing a day before he got a complaint registered with his name, sources in the police said.

However, Liyaqat approached the police again on the second day of his complaint reporting that the throat-slit body of his sister-in-law was found, lying in a nearby forest.

During the investigations, police collected various evidences including the call details of Liyaqat and found that he had called Shakeela several times the day she had reportedly left home for Poonch and disappeared.

This made police suspicious and they went on to enquire about the past record of Liyaqat which revealed that he had been arrested earlier on charges of theft and other crimes.

Now Liyaqat has been arrested and he has confessed to the crime during the police interrogation, following which a case was registered against him.

The sustained interrogation of Liyaqat resulted into the sequence of events of the crime he has allegedly committed while murdering the lady. It is said that Liyaqat and his elder brother had married two real sisters.

Liyaqat’s father-in-law had no son and the deceased was very close to her father. The former suspected that he might give his entire property to her, sources added.

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